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to ask him about a developing national story regarding superstorm sandy and a staten island couple whose home was destroyed. as a result, all state has offered $10,000 on their claim because the insurer feels the home was destroyed due to flooding. the couple maintains it was wind that took their home. in the meantime, all state has used images of this couple's destroyed home in commercials about its hurricane response, and the couple is now considering legal action as a result. well, mr. wilson cancelled his appearance with us when he learned that this story would come up during our interview. we would like to say he's always welcome here on the "closing bell" and on cnbc in the future. we will take a break now. >> long-term trend or a one dark week wonder? google up about 4% this week on heels of its antitrust victory. should you seek out the stock in the google trade coming up. >>> also, is goldman sachs risking further damage to its brand? the investment bank's board accelerated compensation to save top executives millions in taxes before the fiscal cliff. we'll have a goldman debate
from duction productio coming out. looking at earnings, too, to see what effect sandy, the debt ceiling, the fiscal cliff debates, what effect that's had on consumer behavior and lastly, we'd say we remain positive, but the markets have had a bit of a run here, we would expect a little bit of a breather. one area you could see catchup is gold and precious metals. >> all right, we've seen a hit there recently. michael, you're at the wheel. 30 seconds on the clock. >> keeping a close eye on facebook. it was obviously the post eer child for social media stocks last year. stock broke over 30 yesterday, 31 today. a lot of enthusiasm. keep a close eye on it. we're bullish on it longer term. second thing is herbalife, today was day two of the jihad between bill ackman and the company. we maintain a bullish stance. it's been a wild ride. still think it goes higher. last one is consumer stocks. kind of a mixed bag for holiday names today. we continue to have a bullish stance. >> all right. we will leave it there. gentlemen, thank you very much. we'll be watching all of those stories. hope to see
the fourth quarter, we had an election, the fiscal cliff and i think -- >> don't forget hurricane sandy. >> yeah, so you can say, hey, orders were a little bit slow but we're starting to see them pick up and every investor will go, yeah, that sounds about right and i think they will give them a pass. low expectations and the pass for the quarter. i think it will be a good quarter. >> rob, let's talk technical. i love technical strategy. how do you charts look to you based on the commentary you just heard on the fundamental side of it? >> maria, it lines up fairly well. if you look at where the weekly indicators are, they tend to track the one to two-quarter shifts and they are still building positively. our view is as you get into the latter part of the first quarter, the market is probably setting up for a more serious correction as you get into q2. one of the things that we're looking at is this rotation that's going on in the market. i think that's really the critical point to be focused on for investors and for viewers out there, and that is this rotation of the global growth themes
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